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I.T. security

Information is a business' most important asset, so protecting it is imperative.​ Cyber crime is constantly increasing every year, despite government agencies and security experts' best efforts. Cyber security is considered a “board-level” responsibility; they are held liable for not performing their duty to prevent harm to the business.

Many outside companies that you work with already have strong policies in place and are requesting you to do the same. Many states are making your business perform your diligence in making a strong fight against cyber-security attacks. This will continue to be a fight and you need to be well equipped.

cyber security

Cyber security, or information security, is the approach of protecting computers, networks, software and data from unauthorized access or attacks that are aimed at exploitation.  

Having a Cyber security policy, security training for users, next-generation firewalls in place, a log system, password policies, etc. in your business is important for any business to stand a chance on the lightweight hackers who will move on after a few attempts, kinda like having an alarm on your house with a sign saying “There is an alarm on my house.”  Let us review a plan for your business.

Cyber Security

Next-gen Firewalls

A next-generation firewall (NGFW) is a part of the 3rd generation of firewall technologies, combining a traditional firewall with other network device filtering functionalities, such as an Intrusion prevention system (IPS), a deep packet inspection (DPI) or Intrusion detection system (IDS). You must have a next-gen firewall these days just to have a fighting chance against hacking and malware.

Next-gen Firewalls

end point security

Protecting your computer network that connects to client devices is imperative. Endpoint security refers to a method of protecting the corporate network when accessed by remote devices such as a laptop, desktop, and other wireless or mobile devices. Security is becoming a common I.T. function and protecting each device is a major part of any security IT function. 

Below is the Trend Micro range of layered detection capabilities with investigation, response and defending:​

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threat defense

Today's complex threat landscape, businesses often use a variety of security products to protect against the constant offensive invasion of threats that are no longer one-to-many but highly targeted. Managing the complexity of security solutions is almost impossible. Leveraging a good security software across multiple solutions gives you a better way to quickly protect, detect and respond to new threats while improving visibility across your business.

End Point Security
Threat Defense

multi-factor authentication

Multi-factor authentication is an authentication method in which a computer user is granted access only after successfully presenting two or more pieces of evidence to an authentication mechanism that requires more than one method of authentication from independent categories of credentials to verify the user's identity for a login or other transaction. Identity theft is an easy, low risk, high reward type of crime and a threat to all businesses. Let us explain the options you have with applying Multi-factor Authentication in your business.

Multi-factor Authentication

IoT security

The technology area concerned with safeguarding all connected devices to the network. This is becoming a real threat to the security landscape. Many challenges arise from preventing IoT devices from connecting to the corporate network. These device companies are more interested in getting their products to market quickly, rather than taking the needed steps to build them with security in mind from the start. Major issues cited with IoT security is the hardcoded or default passwords, which leads to potential security breaches once they are exposed. These devices should be controlled with some management and corporate policy.

IoT Security

security compliances

Security compliance is a legal concern for organizations in many industries these days. Regulatory standards like PCI DSS, HIPPA, NYDFS, SEC, and ISO 27001 dictate recommendations or regulations for protecting data and improving information security management.
You might not even know if you are compliant, let us come in and review everything you have and how you do business and we will get you to the specifications you need to comply with.

Security Compliances

Security information and Event management

The name combines security event management (SEM) with security information management (SIM). Security information and event management (SIEM) software gives security professionals both insight into and a track record of the activities within their IT environment. The software identifies and categorizes incidents and events, as well as analyzes them.

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